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14A, 14B and 15th District Courts will waive late fees and other added costs from some traffic tickets please see our website for more information.
14A, 14B and 15th District Court have extended their Amnesty Program through the end of the year. Please see our website for more information.
This is a difficult time for many, but there are things you can do to avoid eviction.
Follow the link for FAQs regarding COVID-19
As we continue to move through this emergency, know that 14A is doing all that we can to make sure that we are addressing any emergency situations and keeping everyone informed about what is being addressed during this closure. There will be no penalty...
We are the Chief Judges of the Washtenaw County Trial Court (Circuit and Probate), and the 14A, 14B and 15th District Courts. We write on behalf of ourselves and for all of the 14 Trial Judges in Washtenaw County who serve you, the public. We have come...
Please see our website- www.14ADistrictCourt.org for more details, but we will be closed except for essential services through Monday, April 13th.
14A continues to follow the governor's stay at home order and will be closed until June 1st. Please see our website for zoom hearings and online resources to resolve your case without coming to court.
If you need answers to questions about business at the 14A District Court please email us at the following addresses, we will be monitoring them even if the court is closed:[email protected][email protected]
The 14A District Court will be closed on Monday, March 16th due to COVID-19 concerns. Please see our website for updates as we continue to monitor this issue.
In response to the state of emergency issued by Governor Whitmer, all 14A probation offices will be utilizing mail in reporting until further notice. If you have any questions, please call your probation office. Thank you.
14A is excited to welcome Anna Frushour as the newest 14A Judge! Judge Frushour will take the bench on January 13th. Please see the press release for more information.